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By August 2, 2017

CVA Student Handbook—The Cafeteria

IX. Cafeteria Rules and Regulations A. All students will enter the cafeteria and proceed to line up in order to purchase full lunch or food items. Students should remain in line after entering the cafeteria. Students should not “cut” in line. B. All students will return food containers and/or trays to the lunch room collection […]

By August 2, 2017

CVA Student Handbook—Theatre Participation Code

VIII. Theatre Participation Code Section 1 – Philosophy Our theatre policy is aligned with our academic philosophy. To that end, we use theatre to encourage our students to become productive, responsible citizens in their community. Students in our productions will experience how theatre is run professionally from the beginning audition process to the final curtain […]

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By August 2, 2017

CVA Student Handbook—Interscholastic Athletic Code

VII. Interscholastic Athletic Code Academic Standards: A student athlete is eligible to play if he/she is a bona fide student of Central Valley Central School District. If a student is failing one subject, the guidance counselor, teacher, student, parent & coach will review his/her case and develop an academic program for improvement. The student athlete […]

By August 2, 2017

CVA Student Handbook—The Dignity for All Students Act (DASA)

VI. The Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) Chapter 482 of the Laws of 2010 added a new article 2 to the Education Law that prohibits discrimination against, and harassment of, students based on actual or perceived race, color, weight, national origin, ethnic group, religion, religious practice, disability, sexual orientation, gender, or sex by school […]

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By August 2, 2017

CVA Student Handbook—Safe School Legislation (SAVE)

Suspension Disruptive Students from the Classroom by a teacher A. Disruptive Student For the purposes of this section, a disruptive student is an elementary or secondary student under twenty-one years of age who is substantially disruptive of the educational process or substantially interferes with the teacher’s authority over the classroom. A student’s behavior can affect […]

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By August 1, 2017

CVA Student Handbook—Code of Conduct

The intent of the Code of Conduct is to promote responsible behavior that creates a safe and orderly school environment. It is the belief of the Central Valley School District that everyone in our community must strive toward contributing to this goal. The administration reserves the right to review and interpret each case on an […]

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By August 1, 2017

CVA Student Handbook—Student Expectations

III. Student Expectations Hall Pass for all Students All students will receive a Planner with their Student Pass Card that they must have in their possession AT ALL TIMES throughout the school day. It contains the passes necessary for student movement within the building. Each student will receive a planner during the first week of […]

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By August 1, 2017

Role of Community Members

II. Role of Community Members Role of Teachers, Administrators, The Board of Education, and Parents The Board of Education, administrators, teachers, and parents will model appropriate standards of conduct, dress, language, and respectful treatment of others. In respect of the Dignity for All Students Act, the role of school community members includes but may not […]

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By August 1, 2017

CVA Thunder boys soccer builds skills over the summer

For the fourth straight year, the CVA Boys Soccer team took their show on the road St. Lawrence University to attend the Lake Placid Soccer Coerver Soccer Camp at St. Lawrence University. This summer’s trek marked Coach Jim Mott’s 12th trip to the camp over his coaching career. These off-season visits have yielded big dividends […]

By July 28, 2017

CVA Student Handbook—Preamble

I. Preamble Code of Conduct The intent of this Code of Conduct is to promote responsible behavior that creates an orderly and safe school environment.  It is the belief of the Central Valley School District that everyone in our community must strive toward contributing to this goal.  The objective is to develop a moral school […]

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